VACATION HOME ID: 83
RENTAL TYPE: Cabin
Welcome to Woods Cabin in the Pines!
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White water rafting, Great Smoky Mountain Railroad, Great Smoky Mountain National Park, Tsali hiking and mountain bike trails, Fishing on Fontana Lake and numerous trout streams, Tubing, Appalachian Trail, Cherohala Skyline, Dollywood, Joyce Kilmer Forest, Boating, Horseback riding, Harrah's Casino, Country auctions and flea markets, Stecoah Valley music venues, etc. We are truly in the most beautiful part of the Smokies; you won't want to leave.
Go white water rafting! The Nantahala Outdoor Center is just a few minutes away! Take a train! The Great Smoky Mountains Railroad is less than twenty minutes down the road. Visit a virgin forest. Go to the Joyce Kilmer Forest and hike to trees and vistas that will take your breath away. Take the Cherahala Skyline with elevations of over 6,000 feet. Stop, hike a bit, see beautiful vistas, and have lunch in Tellico at the other end of the Skyline. Visit the Fontana Dam for a marvel of history and a tour of its workings. Go to Deep Creek, less than thirty minutes away, and rent a tube. This is hilarious fun for kids from two to eighty! Check out the waterfalls; there are numerous hikes to some spectacular ones. OK!
Something too wonderful...rent a pontoon boat on Santeelah Lake for the day. Take along a picnic lunch and your camera, a fishing pole, etc. Bring a book. Lounge around on your pontoon boat and explore coves, see wildlife, and distant mountains...YES! Go to the Great Smoky Mountains National Park and visit Cades Cove. Go to Cataloochee and see elk reintroduced into the Smokies. Take a horseback ride through the Stecoah Valley. Fish! With a license, you can fish anywhere, and you will catch them! Without a license, go to Panther Creek Campground down the road and fish in their fish pond. For about $10.00, you can catch enough fish for five people, and they will clean ‘em! Go home, smear them with honey, and grill them...to die for! Swim! Go to Cheoah and swim in a clear, cold, mountain lake. Go to Bryson City and snoop around in the stores. There’s a bunch of neat stores with fun things to look at and buy. Check out the Ace Hardware! You won’t believe it! Also, across from the railroad depot is a neat little restaurant that has yummy wraps. Go to Harrah’s Casino and gamble; breathe a sigh of relief when you’re back home away from the tacky tourism in Cherokee. At night got to Tooties on Friday for bluegrass, Gospel, and clogging. Saturday nights the Stecoah Center often as events, and Bryson City has music in the park every Saturday night. See local potters. There are two in the area, and one also makes some awesome natural cheese. Buy some delicious sourwood honey from the colonel. Stop at the sign where it says, “Blow horn...lost hearing aide!” Go to Mountain Memories antique store down the road, and see if you can sit in on a basket making class. Shop at two local craft stores on 129 Robbinsville heading south; they have some things you won’t find anywhere else. Buy some muscadine candles. Sit on the deck of the cabin and enjoy the antics of the squirrels and birds. Bring birdseed and watch the show! Sit on the deck and enjoy the solitude...no people...no cars...just you. Enjoy a glass of Duplin’s North Carolina wine, put your feet up, and read a good book from the cabin’s extensive library. Go down Alarka Road to the Alarka Trading Company, and buy something in the shed...or...seasonal veggies! This is an experience not to be missed! Go to my lot in Shellstand with a picnic lunch, and dine at the top of a mountain. Do this on a clear day! Pick berries around the cabin. Go to the intersection of Rt. 28 and Bryson City Road and stop at auction across street. Go to Lulu’s in Sylva when you want something big city gourmet. Go to the Jarrod House in Dillsboro when you want country cookin’ and a touch of yesteryear. Spend some time in Dillsboro checking out the shops. Go gem mining in Franklin...corny, but fun! Head toward Sylva on Saturday or Sunday and check out the flea markets. There’s great pizza in Robbinsville. Buy it at the gas station across from the car wash and ride up along Snowbird Creek and have a pizza picnic in nature’s splendor.
$50.00 cleaning fee and $100.00 security deposit.
FIREPLACE, SATELITE TV, DVD PLAYER, VCR PLAYER, STEREO, CD PLAYER, PHONE, AIR CONDITIONING, HEAT, DISHWASHER, ICEMAKER, MICROWAVE, REFRIGERATOR, UTENCILS, POTS AND PANS, WASHER AND DRYER, GAS GRILL, CHARCOAL GRILLE,
HIKING, GOLF, MINATURE GOLF, FISHING, MUSEUMS, SWIMMING, SAILING, ROCK CLIMBING, AMUSEMENT PARK, HUNTING, RESTAURANTS, SIGHTSEEING, CAVING, BOATING, RAFTING, SHOPPING,
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